TITLE: To Reform or Not to?: A study of the land law in Scotland and if Reform is Necessary.INTRODUCTIONProperty is the area which govern several forms of ownership as well as tenancy rights inreal property. It consists different rules, regulation and policies which are related to ownership ofperson. It involves both movable and immovable property and imposed ownership of persons.The issues related to ownership in Scotland has become complex. It defines the legal position ofperson. Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016 consists different rules and regulation related toownership of people 1. It raises several significant issues for owners as well as managers ofproperty. Furthermore, land reform in Scotland has been considered as important process whichdefines ownership and distribution of law among people 2. Person who owned real property isresponsible to comply with rules and policies which are imposed on them and mentioned underlaw. various responsibilities are imposed and they are bound to fulfil in stipulated time period aswell. The nature of property law in the United Kingdom has remained the same for many years.The law of the land has been untouched, even with the moving times and push into the 21stcentury, property law has not made many advancements. It has been obscured by time andultimately the King was regarded as the ultimate land owner. Property law has been brought tothe front page in light of recent events. perhaps one of the most controversial of these is theargument that 400 private landowners own Scotland 3. Aims and objectivesAims- To Reform or Not of the land law in Scotland and if Reform is NecessaryObjectives-1Land Reform in Scotland.. 2017. [Online]. Available through: <http://www.gov.scot/Topics/Environment/land-reform>. [Accessed on 12th October,2017].2Morgan-Davies C, Waterhouse T, Wilson R. Characterisation of farmers’ responses topolicy reforms in Scottish hill farming areas. Small Ruminant Research. 2012 Feb29;102(2):96-107.3Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016 – an update.. 2017. [Online]. Available through: <http://www.brodies.com/binformed/legal-updates/land-reform-scotland-act-2016-%E2%80%93-an-update>. [Accessed on 12th October, 2017].1
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